It appears the lovely and talented Mrs. Kinney is home and dry in her new place in Utah. She and her all ’round good guy of a husband Vince even invited us to drop by on our next Wisconsin-to-California trip.
If you’re writing a children’s book, it’s hard to imagine it without illustrations. Drawings, the shapes and colors, capture a child’s imagination and help develop their love of reading.
I’ve written 30 stories about Ginger, the Ship Captain’s Cat. This year the first few stories will see print, meaning somebody other than me has to bring Ginger to life visually. You’ve already seen a few sketches, done by friend and illustrator Davina Kinney.
It’s the last day of 2013 and it’s been Someday Box’s best year! Here are some of the things we accomplished this year.
Helped half a dozen authors determine why they should write a book, what specifically that book should be about, who it should be written for, and how to make it happen by means of a Pathfinding Session and Road Map
Coached two clients to get their books written
Assisted three new clients get their books published in 2013
It was especially exciting to have two clients publish their books within just a couple of weeks of each other. Were we ever busy! You’ll want to check out each of their books.